Guest Post Could Eloqua become Oracle’s Autonomy -- a failed acquisition that undermines Oracle’s entire foundation?
Editor's Pick Eloqua's surprise sale to Oracle comes just four months after its initial public offering and follows a strong third quarter. So, why now?
Oracle's quest to offer cloud services for just about everything continues.
Salesforce acquires Prior Knowledge and its predictive database technology for developers.
Most two-year-olds are growing fast. But few are growing as quickly as social media management service SproutSocial, which is riding the wave of social media escaping the marketing department and penetrating the entire enterprise.
Making a play for the enterprise, Nokia's has inked a deal with Oracle, which will use its map data.
Oracle has snapped up SelectMinds, a provider of recruiting automation tools, to bolster its portfolio of cloud-based employee and HR services.
The federal judge in the Oracle v. Google trial has ordered that Oracle cough up $1.13 million in court fees after Google prevailed in the case.
Oracle patched the hole in Java 7 that allows hackers to secretly download malware to your computer today, in an uncharacteristic update to its software. But it seems the company knew about the issue far longer than the rest of us.
A new vulnerability in Java 7 may let hackers attack Apple computers, bringing back memories of the recent Flashback trojan that may have been stealing up to $10,000 a day in ad revenue.
Editor's Pick SAP's startup program is not just about building loyalty with early-stage companies. It's about ensuring SAP has an equity stake and, when the timing is right, that it can make the first stab at acquisition.
ComScore released its July 2012 Top 50 web properties in the U.S. report yesterday, and it has a few surprises.
Oracle v. Google re: Java found a way to get interesting again. A couple of months after Oracle's billion-dollar fishing expedition went bust when Google's Android was found not to infringe on Java patents, the judge has asked both parties which bloggers they paid.
Oracle has agreed to acquire network virtualization startup Xsigo Systems for an undisclosed amount, the company announced today.
This will be Oracle’s sixth acquisition this year, following the purchases of Skire, Involver, Taleo, Vitrue, and Collective Intellect.
Xsigo will complement …
Imagine a functional, live, operational database living on separate servers scattered around the globe in say, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Moscow, and Johannesburg, simultaneously. Not synced, replicated, or cloned — but a single database without a single location.
Enterprise software titan Oracle has agreed to buy facilities management app maker Skire, the company announced Thursday.
Skire’s software helps manage the planning, construction, and maintenance of many kinds of buildings around the world. Oracle intends to combine Skire with …
It’s really, really hard to sell to Joe Blow.
Joe, who knows my former boss Frank, on the other hand … that’s an entirely different matter. That is the premise behind Reachable, a social connection tool for business-to-business sales professionals, …
Three months and three major social-software acquisitions for Oracle.
The enterprise software and hardware company now clearly has some not-so-secret ambitions to get ahold of a healthy chunk of the marketing budgets allocated to Facebook.
Following a May purchase of …
What do you buy if you’re a rich, eccentric billionaire with nearly everything? Why, an island, of course!
Oracle’s Larry Ellison is buying 98% of the Hawaiian island of Lana’i.
I’ve had the opportunity to visit most of the main …